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. many of them were pointing a finger at hurricane sandy. that romney had momentum in the polls and after that the momentum was broken. and some said that obama had done enormous damage in may, june and july. but there were big issues at stake in this campaign. two different views of governing, higher taxes were more regulation and more spending and the vote terse chose president obama's. bill: now, you go to the issue of governing. what is the expectation of this group in washington now. >> i think that obviously president obama is going to try to use his victory which is very their coto press his agenda to raise taxes on higher income americans. i do not see republicans want to go give in on that at all. i think the fiscal cliff will be relatively unchanged. look at what we have had. we had this election. president obama is still going to be president. john bane letter still be speaker of the house and harry reid will still be the senate majority leader. not a lot has changed. bill: byron york. martha: just before 1:00 a.m. eastern time governor mitt romney stepped on the stage to thank
winds to the northeast as the region still tries to recover from sandy. a live report from the weather channel. >>> u.s. equity futures are flat at this hour after a big selloff yesterday. a couple individual stock stories that we're watching. apple is in a bear market, down more than 20% from its all time high on september 21st, the day the latest iphone went on sale. apple still enjoys the world's largest market cap. i think maybe yesterday michelle was doing fast money or halftime report or whatever it was and he was talking about you start -- you start shrinking things to make new product or you put out a different color of the ipad. the true innovator already died. every place he went, people were long apple and they already overloved it, so he shorted it at much higher levels. and so far so good. >> got to get that analyst back. >> google was supposed to get there. never made it either. but kind of ugly. >> google probably has a better chance than apple. >> when it had $150 billion market gap, i said it's a gadget company, it can't possibly. so i -- i recuse myself. anyway, qualc
? >> retailers like macy's finally quantifying the effect of hurricane sandy. walmart kicking off black friday earlier than ever. we start this morning with the markets looking to bounce back from yesterday's selloff and nearly 1313 drop in the dow. europe on wall street's radar after the ecb and bank of england kept key rates unchanged. draghi holding a press conference right now saying he sees economic rekafr ri remaining weak and reforms are crucial to boosting growth potential on top of greece passing an unpopular package of austerity measures on wednesday and necessary for greece to receive another round of international financial aid. china's ruling communist party congress con vealing today in a leadership change. so much to digest overseas, jim. what came out of the ecb is expected. came out of greece seems to be largely expected. but spain still resisting. a bailout. that's trouble. >> i know. every day the crucial -- that's the crucial link. you have to give them the good loans. take away the bad loans. create a situation of two banks and they're gone from 760 to 708. i think that th
, they went looking for sandy island believed to be as big as manhattan shows up right here on google earth. but the scientist's ship sailed right through the spot in the sea where the island should have been. so it's a little bit of a mystery, joe. what happened to the island? it's not like islands just disappear every day. >> well, that's pretty amazing. you would think by now they have pictures from outer space. >> well, you know, they kind of -- they narrow in, zoom in, it looks like it's there, looks like it's real but apparently something happened. >> that's amazing. >> one of the mysteries of the world. >> you bet. thanks. >>> when you think of president obama, you might not think of designer clothes and accessories, but his campaign staff did. how they made tens of millions of dollars off of it. [ gordon ] for some this line is a convenience. how you doing today? i'm good thanks. how are you? i'm good. [ gordon ] but for others, it's all they can afford. every day nearly nine million older americans don't have enough to eat. anything else? no, not today. join me, aarp, and aarp foun
during an unseasonably cold spell in the northeast. adding to the damage left by hurricane sandy. a nor'easter blew through the east coast yesterday, dumping snow and rain on a region that's barely begun to dig out from sandy. we've got new pictures from staten island where several inches of wet snow are threatening to topple already weakened trees. power was knocked out to some 60,000 homes in newark and new jersey overnight. many of which had just had their service restored after many days in the dark. there's also renewed headaches for millions of commuters as passenger trains grind to a halt, and at least 1,300 flights are kept at the gates at the airports. let's go to meteorologist bill karins for a look at what is unfolding here. bill. >> good morning. before i get to the details, talking about joe's point there, nine days apart between these two events. i can almost guarantee you go back through history of hurricane landfalls, and i don't think any area has ever seen a snowstorm nine days after they dealt with a storm surge like we had with sandy. i mean, it's just ridiculous tha
were canceled due to sandy. as a result, analysts projecting the storm could knock upwards of $200 million off of airlines bottom lines and that could mean a further dip for the global airline industry as profits are already expected to be down more than 50% year over year. that's according to the international air transport association. for more on business travel new, head to to roadwarrior.cnbc.com. . up. a short word that's a tall order. up your game. up the ante. and if you stumble, you get back up. up isn't easy, and we ought to know. we're in the business of up. everyday delta flies a quarter of million people while investing billions improving everything from booking to baggage claim. we're raising the bar on flying and tomorrow we will up it yet again. who have used androgel 1%, there's big news. presenting androgel 1.62%. both are used to treat men with low testosterone. androgel 1.62% is from the makers of the number one prescribed testosterone replacement therapy. it raises your testosterone levels, and... is concentrated, so you could use less gel. and with androgel 1.
down amid controversy about the utility's performance amid the devastation of hurricane sandy. he said he had been planning for months to resign. >> there was a story, lead story about long island power and how awful -- >> governor cuomo set up a group to go looking into how all of these power authorities actually performed during this. >> there are crazy things going on in my neighborhood too where these guys are working hard and they come from all over. some union -- some non-union guys were turned away. other ones, i heard, standing around, they didn't know where to go. it took a long time, when they did come, they weren't aware we were still down, we had to flag people down, two full weeks. anyway, back to the tuna story we promised you. fishing experts are meeting in morocco to discuss the future of the blue fin tuna. participants are expected to call for an increase in quotas for tuna. the blue fish has begun recovery in recent years after at one point being on the brink of extinction. in japan, as you can imagine as the world's largest tuna consumer. sushi, right? >> right. >> e
's largest, has been facing tough criticism for its response to superstorm sandy which knocked out electricity to nearly 1 million customers. the resignation announcement comes one day after governor andrew cuomo ordered a commission to investigate how utility companies handle the disaster. how about poorly. >> flipping pages on the calendar, you know what? december 31st was my out date. "usa today" a crucial test on wall street for the social networking giant facebook. more than 750 million shares of the facebook ipo become unlocked. they are available for sale, sparking fears of a massive selloff. facebook, by the way, has lost about half its value since it went public in may. apparently no zuckerberg public sightings today. >> that's because general petraeus used e-mail instead of facebook. >> exactly. >> "new york times," france is now considering a plan to arm opposition forces in syria after becoming the first western power to fully recognize the rebel coalition. it's seen as an effort to help align anti-government fighters whose lack of unity is blamed in part for helping pr
problems along the east coast after sandy. there are a lot of issues along the supply chain that really need to be corrected perhaps before we get to these projections, even if we're able to produce as much oil as the international energy agency is saying, will we have the infrastructure to support it at that time before 2020? >> you're mentioning an important point here. infrastructure is needed. with our experience when you start to produce infrastructure will follow, so it's either we are investing as oil companies or we're asking oil companies to invest in the mid stream and to the downstream which is pipelines and terminals, refineries et cetera. i think these will come. clearly the company needs more infrastructure, like light oil or oil shale gas is not in the normal centers like we used to have at the gulf coast, et cetera, so therefore investments in pipelines, gas facilities and therefore also refineries will be very important but normally when the natural resources are there, the investments are coming. let me also be clear, we need an energy policy which actually sets the ri
in new york state. % why? because of hurricane sandy and the presinks they had to use like paper ballots and they haven't been able to count them all. parts of new jersey most of those uncounted votes are up in the -- up in the northeast. so, as they are counting these votes t the president's total gets up and up and up. right now the count is the president has 65,000,069,89,000 romney 60,570. the president has a 5 million vent margin. that puts the president. still a million and a half to go at 50.9% of the vote. he will become in fact you have to say it's 51%. definitely 51%. that makes president obama only the second president in history to win two terms with more than 51% of the vote. the only other president who did that was dwight eisenhower in 52 and '56. >> that's an incredible statistic. >> that really is. >> so it was a historic win for obama, historicwin. president obama beat mitt romney by more votes than george bush beat john kerry and we know that was a blowout. people think of that as a blow out. this was a bigger blowout. >> it al
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. fedex office. >>> welcome back to "squawk box." in the face of destruction from superstorm sandy, how is charitable giving standing up this year? join success gail mcgovern, president and ceo of the american red cross and gail, thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you, becky, for having me on the show. >> we've been watching what's happened with superstorm sandy. we know the red cross has been one of the organizations that has risen to the forefront of this movement to try and help people. what happened in terms of charitable giving for superstarm sandy? >> my heart goes out to the people affected by superstorm sandy. i have talked to so many people who have lost everything including loved ones and it's just heartbreaking and i also want to thank our generous donors. they've stepped up and we're doing everything possible to put their hard earned dollars to work. this has been a massive operati operation. we've served 7.3 million meals and snacks in four weeks. in terms of how it will impact giving we recently did a survey and what we learned is that three out of four people
-- following his hands on response to hurricane sandy. before the storm, 56% of registered voters in the garden state approved of the job he was doing after sandy, they were surveyed again giving the governor -- >> look at these numbers. >> 77%. >> willie, you're a new jersey guy. new jersey native. i'm sure you can't remember a governor having a 77% approval rating, a republican governor in a blue state having a 77%. 67% of democrats in new jersey give chris christie a positive rating. i just -- he's defying gravity politically. it's remarkable. >> by historical new jersey standards in these polls, that 56% number was outrageous to begin with. a republican governor in the state of new jersey gets 52%. yes, it's the storm, but it's also what we saw on the show, i think it was two weeks ago, him and randy weingarten sitting down. there are people who don't like his style, don't like the way he does things, but they recognize he's working with the other side, a thing we don't see much in washington to get things done for the people. yes, it's the storm, but also the body of what he's done -- >> m
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york and new jersey need at least $71.3 billion to recover from the devastation of super storm sandy and prevent similar damage from future storms. this is according to the state's latest estimates. that total of course could grow. steve liesman has been crunching the newspaperup i numbers and hn the next hour. this is to try to build up some sort of protection, some massive floodwalls. governor cuomo was saying this would be like $9.1 billion to start building. >> questions about the future of the sec following mary shapiro's exit. elyse walter could run the agent until december 2013 when she would have to be renominated and reapproved by the senate. among the issues, and ongoing battle over regulating the $2.5 trillion money market fund industry, some 63 unfinished rule making requirements that are all part of dodd-frank and continuing fears of course about market stability and high frequency trading. p. >> money markets used to be covered by the fdic when the crisis first came on. >> and also worth pointing out, there was one failure of mary sha piro's time in office, shall was th
't moving in pennsylvania. and they felt at that point they were flattened by sandy. i don't think this race was close enough to be impacted by a hurricane. >> no. >> but that's certainly what they believe. >> chris christie, yes, springsteen's his buddy, and springsteen may have brought him over. i think that people -- i was in ohio a couple weeks ago. you know, there's great wealth in ohio. there are companies that have given out billions of dollars to people in ohio because there's oil and gas everywhere. and the whole northeast ohio was flooded withal abouts of dollars of oil money. those people are not unhappy. >> andrea, we saw it early on, and we were talking about how the right track/wrong track in ohio shifted six months ago. mitt romney, i think, one of the pivotal moments when mitt romney told john kasich, stop bragging about your economy in ohio. ohio was a leading indicator. >> it was a leading indicator. you know, the other thing about that mitigates against agreement is the people who were elected in the house, and they picked up seats. the democrats did miserably. i think you
number that was interesting to me. hurricane sandy, fully 42% of those responding to this first round in the exit polling said it was important, it was a reason, one of the reasons for their vote. that's more than one might have thought hurricane sandy didn't effect 42% of the country. those people are going by and large for obama pretty big. the question then arises, okay, well how many people were for him anyway? we don't know. it's sort of interesting. what it tells us, we can't tell. exit polls can only tell you so much. it's interesting. >> megyn: we have been talking about how these exit polls are not necessarily to be trusted entirely. it would be helpful if we explain that a little bit. brit, you were on the air back in 2004 when we got information in and back then they were saying that john kerry was way ahead, he was way ahead. >> brit: he was winning virginia and all these places. people are, we had the meeting with our decision team which i can thought then and think now is the best in the business. they were looking over the exit poll data and our pollster then said the u
shopping season. superstorm sandy knocking the wind out of consumers up and down the east coast. joining us to talk about the retail sector is davidberman, founder of hedge fund derden capital. thank you for coming in today. it is great to have you here. we looked at the retail numbers yesterday. and a lot of companies were saying it was just superstorm sandy. it shut down the stores in some cases or kept consumers at bay. how do you think we will fare to the holidays? >> yesterday was big day for retail. those that roar yesterday, genuinely speaking had poor numbers. we knew it was the hurricane. we knew it would be weak. you know. it was supposed to be adjusted in the expectations. numbers came in way below expectations. some of the stocks got hammered, macy's, kohl's. we are trying to make sense of what that means. we when you go through each retailer in the numbers, really the first half -- businesses really slowed. first two weeks. anything we think of, not the hurricane itself. must have been the concern, you know, about the hurricane and people watching tv. people focused on that. al
, joe. 11 days since sandy struck, and now new york city and surrounding areas are now having gas rations. every other day you can get gas depending on the last digit of your license plate. this is because of supply and distribution issues. the power is going back on in a lot of those gas stations, but these lines continue. just to give you an example in brooklyn where i live, at 2:00 a.m. when i come to work, it was still a two-hour-long line. people sitting there with gas cans waiting to get it. it's incredible that it continues now almost two weeks since sandy struck. gas rationing because of shortages in new york city. this morning temperatures continue to be very cold on the heels of that nor'easter. the snow is still on the ground. bundle up. windchills in the 20s in new england. even down to the 30s all the way down to washington, d.c. so this is it, though. we're going to start to warm it up in this region of the country. we desperately need it. it's been rough out there. it's going to be in the 50s today instead of the 40s. we should melt a lot of that snow. as we go thro
they're paying money up front in fees because these products are so opaque. we've had hurricane sandy something that infuriates me, i see the red cross advertising. clients like the red cross and other charities do business with wall street. i have seen clients like that get ripped off many, many, many times in products that ultimately the fees have taken out of people's donations as much as charities, university endowments teachers pension funds. jamie dimon world where they testify in congress, they say these clients are big boys. they don't come to goldman sachs and stanley are coming for advice. >> eliot: the conflict of interest inherent in a company a big as goldman sachs the question for people like you where does my loyalty go? to the firm which generates fees or to the client to whom i give advice. how do you navigate through those conflicts? >> it's very hard. you'll remember early in the decade a number of regulatory things happened. glass-steagall was repealed. derivatives were deregulated. goldman sachs tigged out how to exploit these conflicts of interest, and trading re
establishment is now the minority. >> hurricane sandy saved barack obama's presidency. >> the photo op with chris christie also kind of damaged mitt's narrative. >> he succeeded by suppressing the vote. >> that's just a sampling, my trends. the conspiracy theories are predictable, are they not? it was the mainstream media. it was their fault. one of my favorite excuses was from ron johnson. in an interview, he blamed an uninformed lek rat. he said if you aren't properly informed, if you don't understand the problems facing the nation, you are that much more prone to falling prey to demagoguing solutions and the problem with demagoguing solutions is they don't work. i am concerned about people who don't fully understand the ugly math we are facing in this country. so because the electorate is uninformed, they won't out and voted for president obama. take a look at this chart. the top ten best educated states, meaning they had the highest percentage of residents 25 or older with a college degree or more, they all voted for president obama. with the exception of nevada. the ten worst educ
, the possibility of another coastal wind and wave event monday into tuesday. more details on the effects on sandy as the days approach. >>> well, our new sports ca s >>> well, our new sports ca por here at "morning joe." >> the steelers hosting the chiefs on monday night football, scoreless game in the first quarter. darts up the middle for a 12-yard touchdown run. that's the first time all year the chiefs have scored a touchdown in the first quarter. in the second quarter, ben roethlisberger pump fakes and throws one up to mike wallace who makes the one-handed grab for the touchdown. one more look at the terrific effort by wallace to bring it in with one hand and hang on to it with his legs. that ties the game at 10. third quarter, roethlisberger back to pass, the protection breaks down and he's sandwiched between two chief defenders, roethlisberger is -- what? what? he's out. for the game with an injury to -- >> putting all these kind of -- >> no, sources tell espn it's just a sprain. but big ben undergoes further tests today. matt cassell throws into coverage and he's picked off by lawrence ti
of americans were devastated by the impact of hurricane sandy. nbc meteorologist bill karins joins us with the latest. you're watching "morning joe" brewed by starbucks. >>> joining us now from washington, columnist and associate editor for "the washington post," david ignatius. richard haass, jon meacham, john heilemann still at the table. >> so david, what challenges face not only the president but the country in the coming year? >> well, a lot of them, joe. it's as if president obama, sometime last summer, put a sign on the white house lawn saying, closed for business until after the election. well, now we're well after the election, and the problems that have been waiting are stacked up. and i'd start with iran. there have been quiet conversations going on all fall with the people who purport to be intermediaries, emissaries for the iranian leadership sketching possible deals that could be made to resolve the nuclear issue. president obama and his advisers are going to have to decide over the next, i'd say, month or so how serious those deals are. i think it's possible in addition
in the economy is sandy and which part is weak ne weakest in the economy. it's been down more than you would think. i agree no one expected this from the storm -- >> well, they blame the storm too. >> i would like to know the profit pictures to make the right investment call based upon how bullish did you get for a post fiscal cliff agreement? >> very quickly, you got to make money here. what do you do? >> home building stocks are the number one group thus far this year. you want to go back to your technology. apple, that thing is down over 25% now. buy some apple. buy it on a scale down basis. average down on apple. that would be one thing. oracle is another one. that is at the basis. and qualcomm. those three, bill. >> okay. jeff? >> looking to hedge where the s&p 500 may go. looking at holding some cash. also looking at some opportunity where is they're emerging. oil, for example, on mideast conflicts starting to lift higher. that might be an opportunity. >> just like to wish xi jinping, the new president of china, all the best. may he have success, social stability, and integrating china
cross buttons. >> yes. >> in honor of those affected by superstorm sandy. >> correct. >> the parade brings back hope? >> i hope so. it's a day for celebration, family and to be thankful for what we have. >> what are you thankful for? >> my family, great country i live in, being a clown in a parade. >> did you goat pick all of the makeup? do you like wearing the makeup? >> i love wearing the makeup. it's the only time i wear makeup all year long. >> sure about that? >> pretty sure about that. >> the good news is we're are going to have beautiful weather for the parade. temperatures in the 50s. we have sun shining. 16 giant character balloons, 28 float, 900 more of the things behind me which would be clowns, 11 marching bands, 1600 cheerleaders and dancers and 50 million spectators on tv and 3 million here on the streets of new york. >> steph, you're being modest because aren't you and your cohort in crime there al roker from "wake up with al" on a parade float yourself? >> no. i'm not going to be on a parade float. al, are you kicking off the parade? right? are you on a float? >> no.
, consume could be in for a rude awakening. third quarter gdp on thursday. a little bit of sandy and a little bit of fiscal cliff in this 1.2 to 2.2, those are the forecasts i have seen so far. >> do you think perhaps the consumer is not reflecting the fiscal cliff issues because the last time, we keep going up to the edge of the cliff and then things get -- things get resolved? >> it's a good question. it strikes n s me that looking at the debt ceiling debate i think consequences were equally stark but more easily understood, people anticipated that and more bad stuff in the economy. the consumer confidence numbers showed that job prospects looked good, home buying intentions look good, a buoyancy to the consume they're wasn't there. >> wasn't there. >> face the debt ceiling. yeah. >> thank you, steve. >> sure. >> as always. if you want more on this special coverage that we have, the crisis is in a special section of our website, riseabove.cnbc.com, check it out. it has some terrific information, ty. >>> breaking news now from the bond market. two-year notes up for auction. you
where the fiercest fighting in syria's civil war took place. and outrage as victims of sandy discover there are places for them to stay, but nobody told them. >>> as a burn survivor, you think you're all alone. you think you're the only person that has scars on your face or has, you know, skin graphs on your hands. we all have a story. i joined the united states army in 2002 and deployed to iraq. i was driving a humvee and when my friend went over a land mine i was in a medically induced coma. by the time i came out third degree burns on my head, face, arms, hands, portion of my back, portion of my legs. while i was recovering, i remember asking one of the social workers how can i help burn survivors. she said there's a great organization called the phoenix society. they're teaching them different ways to kind of cope. i went to this conference. everyone had big smiles on their face. i made a choice i was going to be positive every single day. and i'm using this positivity to give back to other people. >> please welcome a former u.s. army soldier and ins frags i prags to all of us and
that the government can borrow at below 2%, and jfk. that was his way of putting it. that was before sandy. >> we don't need to build high-speed rail. >> i understand. >> really? we don't need to have solar energy next year powering all our cars. >> wait a second. i think there's a clean energy agenda over the longer term. but near term, if we're going -- >> it's not about jobs. >> i was with peter, we were in tokyo for the world bank meetings. peter has this great story. and it is about spending now and taking care -- >> this is the larry summers idea. >> jim liked it, too. >> it's not going to happen. >> it's not going to happen. you guys are really bumming me out. >> it's just not. >> i've even let you build a few things. >> the president only won this thing a few hours ago. >> we're going to have net fiscal contraction starting in 2013. that is where we are. >> net fiscal contraction. >> you're with bush in four years? i don't know. let me think about that. >> i'm a bush republican. as long as there's a bush republican running. >> i already threw christie out there. require want to get on the rec
about 60 points. jobless claims were back under 400,000. but we still don't know the impact of sandy. let's face it, you guys have been talking about it all day. it seems that john boehner smiles and people buy a million shares of ibm right now. yesterday we were down about 100 points before boehner came out and spoke. i know on "morning joe" you talked about maybe he's a little less optimistic. mabel the phone conversation with obama was a little more terse. we went from being down 100 to up 100. we haven't had that kind of swing in over a year. we are laser focused on d.c. and those negotiations as usual. >> brian brings up 2.7 number, steve rattner. i guess you look at the numbers and you compare them to where we were at points in the '80s, the '90s, even 2004, 2005. it may not look good. compare that number to the rest of the world, suddenly the u.s. economy is looking pretty damn good by comparison to other countries. >> it actually feels like the economy is gathering steam. these kind of revisions help you feel that way. sandy is an aberration in the unemployment numbers as bri
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recovers from superstorm sandy. "the wall street journal" reporting that scores of hotel rooms paid for with public money have been vacant for weeks. they were supposed to house residents displaced by the superstorm but those rooms are unoccupied. more than 1,000 people are still homeless a month after the storm hit the east coast. >>> and the newark, new jersey, mayor, accepted a challenge to live on food stamps has a starting date. beginning this december, tuesday, mayor cory booker, will live on just food stamps for a week. he accepted the challenge earlier in the month from one of his twitter followers. >>> an illegal drug may just hold a key to successfully treating posttramatic distress disorder. our dr. sanjay gupta has exclusive access. [ female announcer ] imagine skin so healthy, it never gets dry again. can your moisturizer do that? [ female announcer ] dermatologist recommended aveeno has an oat formula, now proven to build a moisture reserve, so skin can replenish itself. that's healthy skin for life. only from aveeno. social security are just numbers thinkin a budget.d
were down shortly after hurricane sandy hit and we were in the delta operations center and we were talking to some of the executives at delta, we said what do you think about the new 787. and they said we'll get them eventually. richard likes to have established airplanes in the fleet. that's not a knock against the 787, it just goes straight to his philosophy which is let's take these older aircraft and, yes, they may be less fuel farkt, but they can get the efficiencies. >> i never like to buy the first version of anything about that. >> if you think of it that way, you're -- we'll buy the brand new jets from china and fly those. aah! >> i want to go back to virgin america for just a second because i fly you and frankly i love you. i fly you to l.a. all the time. but you mostly focused on what are probably the most competitive routes out there. and i wonder just from a business model perspective, do you ever thing now that you should start thinking about different routes, frankly less competitive and may have a bigger margin? >> you go where the money is and there's a reason thes
four days, but i did stumble across this video from superstorm sandy, one of the most epic videos i've seen of the storm surge and the waves crashing there. this was union beach, new jersey, a 15-year-old stayed in his house and took these pictures right as high tide approached. and you can see, this is about three hours before that water even peaked at its height. that's why the jersey shore got devastated. let me show you what's going on on this monday morning. winter gear for many across the country. the coldest morning by far from west to east. new england's a very chilly morning just like it's been all weekend. we are seeing a little bit of snow out there coming off of lake ontario, oswego down to syracuse. a little snow on the new york state throughway. that's about it, though. you want to talk about cold. look at the northern plains. now in the negative windchills from minneapolis to fargo. that cold air is heading for chicago as we go throughout the day today. also, the other side of this. still a little bit of warmth left in the deep south. we could see the threat of some s
district and throughout my state in the aftermath of hurricane sandy was nothing less than catastrophic. mr. pallone: but i really want to talk about the rebuilding effort today and what we need to do over the long term. the amount of outpouring, if you will, from volunteers, from just regular people in the district was just overwhelming. and i want to thank fema. i want to thank the red cross, the salvation army, all the different groups that are out there and continue to be out there today helping out with in effort. but the outpouring of volunteers from our own district and from new jersey was gist incredible. -- was just incredible. a few days ago i remember going to union beach, which was one of the towns hardest hit, and seeing so many people bringing food and clothing and cleaning supplies and one guy owns a pizza place, brought in a pizza oven and was making pizzas. another guy brought in a tv so people could watch tv at the center. where people come to sign up for fema. it just was amazing and it showed the spirit, if you will, of the people that they were willing to do that. but t
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